Networking Events & Opportunities at ASHG 2022

Inspiration Lounge with AJHG Editor Bruce Korf.

Inspiration Lounges

Continue the conversation with speakers from just a sampling of exciting sessions and with award winners. Ask the questions you didn’t get a chance to ask and dive deeper with the experts!

Wednesday, October 26 through Friday, October 28

Click here for a full list and description.

ASHG Connect SIG Meetups

ASHG Connect is an online member-only community that offers Shared Interest Groups (SIGs).  This is where you can actively Connect, Communicate, and Collaborate with fellow ASHG members, staff, and leadership plus meet others with similar ideas, interests, and issues. During the meeting you have the opportunity to join ASHG’s 3 Shared Interest Groups in-person as they meet to discuss future SIG content and goals. Meetups will be in Hall B each morning:​

  • Phenotypes & Genotypes: ​
    Wednesday @ 7:45am – 8:30am ​PT
  • Bioinformatics and Computational Methods: ​
    Thursday @ 7:45am – 8:30am ​PT
  • Emerging Laboratory Technologies: ​
    Friday @ 7:45am – 8:30am ​PT

Thematic Round Tables Discussions

The thematic round table discussions are designed to cover the most exciting discoveries presented during the week. Scientific leaders from the ASHG community will share important breakthroughs and practical takeaways in these energetic, interactive session rounding out the meeting.  These sessions will take place on Saturday, October 29 from 12-1pm PT.

To add them to your schedule simply access the online planner via the “explore schedule” button below, then view the program and browse all sessions, and filter by session type under meeting events. Note: You must be logged in using your ASHG portal credentials to export your schedule to your calendar.

The following 4 session topics will be covered throughout the round table discussions:

  • Genome Biology and Complex Traits
  • Mendelian Phenotypes
  • Clinical and Population Research: Complex Traits
  • Clinical and Population Research: Mendelian Phenotypes


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